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Many social workers are uncomfortable with fundraising and have a narrow understanding of how it’s done. Yet social work managers need fundraising competence. In reality, social workers possess the knowledge and skills to be very effective fundraisers.
This Webinar will cover:
•The basics of effective person to person fundraising
•A new understanding of fundraising as a positive, mission-aligned activity
•Why social workers make great fundraisers
About the Presenter:
Barry Rosenberg is Professor of Practice at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work, at Washington University, where he serves as Faculty Chair of the MSW Management Specialization. He teaches management, leadership, organizational behavior, strategic planning board governance and volunteer management. In addition, he teaches and leads content development for Brown’s program of Executive Education.
Barry is also Practitioner in Residence at The Mission Center L3C, where he consults on board governance, leadership and strategic planning. In 2012, he completed a 37 year career in non-profit executive leadership, including 19 years as the President & CEO of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, the region’s central fundraising and planning agency. A native of Boston, he holds a Masters degree in Social Work from SUNY-Albany and a B.A. in Psychology from Northeastern University.